In P.B. Shelley's poem, "The Triumph of Time," explain similes used in lines 248-291.
In Shelley's "The Triumph of Life," lines 248 to 291, there are only a few "similes."
You may recall that a simile, defined by Dr. L. Kip Wheeler, is:
...an analogy or comparison implied by using an adverb such as like or as.
The comparison must take place between two dissimilar things being compared, like a man and a bear, or a woman to sunshine.
The first simile is:
The tutor and his pupil, whom Dominion
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